Wednesday, April 9, 2014

George Clooney Plastic Surgery Eyes Before and After Images

Did George Clooney have Plastic Surgery?
George Clooney has told an American magazine he has undergone cosmetic surgery - to unwrinkle his testicles.
The Ocean's Eleven star denied reports he had surgery to remove lines from his face, but jokingly teased journalists at Esquire magazine with a story about another type of procedure.

He says, "I did get my balls done though, I got them unwrinkled. It's the new thing in Hollywood - ball ironing."

George Clooney's talk about 'ball ironing' has created a plastic surgery craze

A comment that George Clooney once made about "ball ironing" has seemingly started a bizarre new plastic surgery craze -- men are actually getting their testicle skin tightened to make their dangly bits more aesthetically pleasing. And according to a June 10 report by the Daily Mail, celebrities are among the men who have undergone the strange procedure.
Cosmetic expert Nurse Jamie works at the Beauty Park spa in Santa Monica, where she says that she's added "Tighten the Tackle" to the list of treatments offered. It's technically not plastic surgery since no nips and tucks are required, but guys who get the treatment have to be okay with lasers taking aim at their "tackle." The lasers are used to "remove hair, erase wrinkles and correct discoloration on the scrotum." It might be a bit painful, but at least there's actually no "ball ironing" going on -- a guy would just end up with burnt bits and scar tissue if he tried to iron his testicle wrinkles out.

According to Gossip Cop, George Clooney probably helped to popularize the term for the treatment when he made a plastic surgery joke during an interview with Max magazine.

I never fixed my eyes, but I spent more money to stretch the skin of my testicles. I did not like the wrinkles. It’s a new technique, many people in Hollywood have done it. It’s called ball ironing.

Even though he was just joking, apparently George Clooney was right about Hollywood men trying the procedure. According to Nurse Jamie, her spa is inundated with requests for "the male laser lift" during awards season. This doesn't make much sense since guys aren't showing off their testicles at the Oscars, but maybe they get the procedure done because they want to be more comfortable while they sit through hours of awards shows. Jamie wouldn't reveal any of her clients, so you'll just have to guess who they are. Adult film stars are probably also big fans of the laser lift.
It might seem hard to believe that ball ironing has really become a thing, but men are just following women by worrying about the way they look down there. More and more women are getting labiaplasty surgery to change the shape of their labias, and this procedure was probably a part of the vaginal rejuvenation surgery that reality show star Brandi Glanville underwent. However, her main reason for getting the procedure done was to tighten everything up after giving birth to two kids.

How He Pioneered the Ball Ironing Business 

George Clooney, megastar and all around good guy, has been asked countless times if he has had plastic surgery. While the star has denied going under the knife, he is credited with starting a procedure known as ball ironing.

Like most terrible things, it can be tracked back to Oprah. In 2008, both George Clooney and Julia Roberts appeared on her hit talk show.

Julia and George were given the task of interviewing each other, a novel idea. The two quickly dropped their guards and began joking with each other.

Because it was big in the press, even then, she asked Clooney if he had ever had any cosmetic surgery done to his face.

George Clooney, who was clearly kidding, told Roberts that he had some work done to his eyes. When the episode ran, people took him seriously.
George talked about the episode shortly thereafter to Esquire:

"I was in Italy when it aired, and all of a sudden it was all over the Italian papers. Once it switches languages and loses all sense of irony, and it's bouncing back and forth...They used to say you can't make a joke in print, but you can get away with it on film. But now you can't get away with it there. I did get my balls done, though. I got them unwrinkled. It's the new thing in Hollywood--ball ironing."

In true superstar fashion, Clooney's simple joke started an entirely new cosmetic trend.

Nurse Jamie, who performs cosmetic procedures in Hollywood, credits Clooney with starting the phase, even though he did not receive the procedure himself.

George Clooney May Have Had Plastic Surgery On His Testicles

I don’t want to ruin anyone’s life, but if the Italian magazine Max is to be believed, Clooney admitted to going under the knife in a place I personally never thought was possible:

I never fixed my eyes, but I spent more money to stretch the skin of my testicles. I did not like the wrinkles. It’s a new technique, many people in Hollywood have done it. It’s called ball ironing. It’s actually called a scrotal lift, and is a real thing.